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Corey Ronan
Corey  Ronan


Franklin, Mass.

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 190



Last Team:
St. Sebastian's (Prep)



UCONN vs BU Hockey East Quarterfinal Gm 2

UCONN vs BU Hockey East Quarterfinal Gm 2 (photo by Stephen Slade)


UCONN vs BU Hockey East Quarterfinal Gm 1

UCONN vs BU Hockey East Quarterfinal Gm 1 (photo by Stephen Slade)


UCONN vs Boston College

UCONN vs Boston College (photo by Stephen Slade)


UCONN vs Quinnipiac

UCONN vs Quinnipiac (photo by Stephen Slade)



UCONN vs BU (photo by Stephen Slade)

2017-18 (Senior Season): Appeared in 34 games… Finished the season with 11 points on five goals and six assists… Generated a career-best 50 shots on goal… Had his first goal of the season, shorthanded, at Maine (Oct. 7)… Had his first multi-goal game against Boston College where he scored a pair in taking down the Eagles (Feb. 2)… One of the Huskies top-defensive forwards on the penalty kill… Tied for the lead in Hockey East for shorthanded goals with three… Had at least one point from Feb. 2 through Feb. 9 matching his career-high three game point streak from his junior season… Was named Hockey East Player of the Week on Feb. 5 after the Boston College and Brown match-ups.

2016-17 (Junior Season):  Appeared in all 36 games...Finished the season with a career-high 12 points, coming on four goals and eight assists...His eight assists matched his career-high from his freshman season...Generated 49 shots on goal...Had 15 blocked shots...Had a short-handed goal...Had a pair of multi-point games...Matched his career-high for assists and points when he had two helpers at Notre Dame (Oct. 28)...Scored his first goal of the season in a 4-0 upset at No. 5 Boston University (Nov. 19)...Had a goal, an empty netter, to clinch a 4-1 win over Brown to win the Desert Hockey Classic (Dec. 31)...Scored a goal and dished an assist in a 4-2 win over New Hampshire in regular season finale (Feb. 25).

2015-16 (Sophomore Season):  Played in 28 games during his second year at UConn...Forced to miss eight games in Jan./Feb. with injury…Finished with nine points on seven goals and two assists, tied for ninth on the team in scoring…His seven goals tied for fourth among Husky goal scorers...Scored a pair of shorthanded and game-winning goals on the year…Recorded a career-high two points (1g/1a) in a 4-3 home upset of No. 5 UMass Lowell (Dec. 5)…Scored in back-to-back games against Ferris State (Jan. 2) and at Arizona State (Jan. 5)…Scored a pair of goals in a weekend sweep of New Hampshire to close the regular season…Notched the overtime game-winner to cap a three-goal, third period comeback win over the Wildcats, 5-4 (Feb. 27).

2014-15 (Freshman Season): Appeared in 35 games during his rookie season...Finished fifth on the team in scoring with 11 points coming on three goals and eight assists...Recorded his first collegiate point with an assist in a 4-1 upset over No. 15 ranked Quinnipiac (Oct. 21)...Scored his first career goal in a 2-1 loss to Yale in the Liberty Hockey Invitational (Nov. 2)...Picked-up a goal in a 6-3 win at Army (Jan. 9)...Scored in a 5-2 loss at home to No. 2 ranked Boston University (Nov. 22)...Had an assist on the game-winning goal to beat Merrimack at home, 1-0 (Feb. 10)...Blocked 21 shots, third among UConn forwards.

Before UConn: Played for St. Sebastian’s School and head coach Sean McCann...Served as team captain his senior season in 2013-14...Winner of the Varisty Coaches Award...Named all-league three out of his four seasons at St. Sebastian’s...Ronan played for the US at the 2012-13 U18 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament...He scored 11 goals with 19 assists in 2012-13 and had 14 goals and 18 assists as a sophomore in 2011-12.

Personal: Born October 6, 1995...Corey K. Ronan is the son of Ed and Leah Ronan...He has two sisters, Cassi and Aubree...His father Ed played his college hockey at Boston University and was drafted by the Montreal Canadians, winning the Stanley Cup in 1995...His cousins Dan Ronan and Matt Ronan also played collegiately at BU...He is a communications major.